Which Newly Promoted Premier League Team Has the Best Chance of Staying Up?

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Which Newly Promoted Premier League Team Has the Best Chance of Staying Up?
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The Premier League lineup has now been decided for 2013/14, with Crystal Palace joining Cardiff City and Hull City after their extra-time win over Watford.

Any fan who has seen their team promoted to the Premier League will know that Palace, Cardiff and Hull supporters will be facing the longest summer of their lives.

They will be waiting for the release of the 2013/14 fixtures more eagerly than any others, gushing over signings whom could strengthen their teams and building up to the first game of the season in August—expecting great things and hoping to get their Premier League lives off to a cracking start.

However the joy of being in the Premier League may be short-lived, as some—if not all—will slump faster than the shoulders of Stoke fans who realize that Mark Hughes may well be their next manager, according to this BBC report.

But which of the newly promoted clubs has the best chance of staying up?

Well, if the bookmakers are to be believed, then none of them. But I’m not one to bottle out of an article simply based on some bloke in a betting shop coming up with various fractions.

So let’s take a look at the three new Premier League teams, and let me know who you think will stay up below.


All statistics and season history taken from Soccerbase.

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